Michigan Adolescent Pregnancy and Parenting Program (MI-APPP)
The Michigan Adolescent Pregnancy and Parenting Program (MI-APPP) engages expectant and parenting teens, young fathers and their families in a system of care through the implementation of the Adolescent Family Life Program - Positive Youth Development (AFLP-PYD) case management program and other support services. AFLP-PYD allows for tailored case management services to address various risk behaviors, the impact of trauma, and link teens to community resources and support services to improve educational, health and social outcomes.
Finishing high school is important. Having your diploma puts you on the path to better jobs, better pay, more independence, and more choices in your future. Did you know that people who graduate from high school tend to make more money than people who don't? Talk with your school counselor, teacher or an adult you trust to learn more about options for students who are parents, and make a plan for how you will complete high school. For more advice on finishing school, and other helpful information for teen parents, visit www.MIHealthyFamily.com or click the banner above.